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Kylie Ann Pentelow
29 June 1979
Northampton, United Kingdom
|Residence||South West England, United Kingdom|
|Occupation||Journalist, television presenter|
|Employer||ITN/ITV Cymru Wales|
Education and career
Pentelow was educated at the Sir Christopher Hatton School in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. After graduating from the University of Sheffield with an MA in journalism, her first post was as a reporter for the Bath Chronicle. She then joined BBC Points West as a video journalist, and after joining the BBC graduate training scheme undertook postings in BBC local radio in Oxford and Birmingham, before moving back to television with the BBC News Channel. She then became a reporter/presenter for BBC East Midlands Today.
Pentelow then moved to ITV becoming the North America news correspondent for the ITV Breakfast programme Daybreak, where she was primarily based in New York City. In July 2013, she became a co-presenter of the ITV West Country regional news programme ITV News West Country. On 3 May 2014 she made her debut presenting the ITV Weekend News for ITN. In August 2017, she presented How Safe is a Sun Tan?: Tonight on ITV.
She lives in Bristol with her husband, YouTuber and podcaster Brady Haran, and has a Chihuahua puppy. She owns a classic 1970 Carlight caravan, on which she created a self-produced YouTube-chronicled restoration series.
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